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An Introduction to the Lie Theory of One-Parameter Groups

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An Introduction to the Lie Theory of One-Parameter Groups
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Publisher: D.C. Heath & co
ISBN/ASIN: 1517046653
Number of pages: 276

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The object of this book is to present in an elementary manner, in English, an introduction to Lie s theory of one-parameter groups, with special reference to its application to the solution of differential equations invariant under such groups.

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